One-day open registration workshop on microservices and continuous delivery. See https://adeptevents.nl/event/microservices-architectuur
First workshop in 2018, close to home .
Great confernece in the wonderful city of Thessaloniki. Was invited to do the opening keynote, really enjoyed it.
Did the opening keynote on continuous culture at the great W-JAX Conference in Munich.
Doing my It’s a small world talk for a sold out room in the RAI Conference Center in Amsterdam.
Interesting evening-pizza-session where I’ve demonstrated how software development will evolve in the next decade.
Doing my new talk on the continuous culture titled It’s a small world after all.
Afternoon session with over 100 participants.
Microservices is a hot topic. There is a plethora of opinions, conference talks and blog posts about microservices. I started doing microservices myself three-and-a-half years ago, when I was designing a system for an insurance company. Since then I have done many talks on the topic, published articles and presented training courses. Usually, I ask my attendees if they have […]
Short masterclass-like workshop with the infrastructure department at ABN-AMRO.
Fully packed room for my microservices workshop in Heerlen.
On January 10 I presented my first talk of the year 2017 at the annual kick-off at insurance software vendor ANVA in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. The main topic is building better software faster and covers agile, (beyond) Scrum, Kanban, continuous delivery and microservices. Building Better Software Faster from Sander Hoogendoorn
Very lively edition of my microservices masterclass at the Nederlandse Spoorwegen.
Nice half-day masterclass on microservices at Kramp in Varsseveld.
One-day workshop on microservices and continuous delivery. Open registration for Technology Transfer in the heart of Rome.
One-day workshop on microservices and continuous delivery. Open registration for Adept Events (www.adeptevents.nl).
One-day workshop on microservices and continuous delivery. Open registration for IT Works (www.itworks.be).
Next edition of my workshop on agile, Scrum and all things continuous. Open registration for IT Works (www.itworks.be).
Special customized day for teaching the product owners at Roser to collaborate in agile and continuous delivery with the development team.
It’s still early but I’ve already been invited to do the opening keynote at the next edition of SwanseaCon, to be held in September 2017 in the Liberty Stadium in Swansea, Wales. Third year in a row.. Topics might be organizing self-steering teams or continuous delivery. See more swanseacon.co.uk
Did the opening at the Motorola Agile Swarming 2017 conference at the Motorola offices in beautiful Krakow.
Very nice conference in London, where I’ll do an update on the current state of affairs in microservices. See The Lead Developer
Got great response at the previous edition of GeeCon in Prague, November 2016. Ended up in the top-3. So will do a talk at the next edition of GeeCon, the main conference in Krakow. See GeeCon
A new summer edition of Build Stuff, this time on the sunny Mallorca island in Spain. Again doing a talk on microservices. See Build Stuff Spain
Talk on microservices and continuous delivery.
Here’s the video for my closing keynote on #beyond #agile at SwanseaCon in Swansea, Wales from September 2016.
Will do both a keynote and a talk at a nice technical conference in Linz, Austria on March 1 & 2, 2017. See TopConf
Was happy to do a highly entertaining (according to a nice attendee) talk on my personal experience in microservices over the past three years at the GeeCon Prague 2016 conference. Got really great feedback (best show at the conference) and many, many intersting questions. Thanks guys! Anyway, here’s the slidedeck for my talk. If you have additional questions, please send […]
For the fifth (or maybe even sixth) year in a row I will do a talk at the TI Conference Days in Antwerp at the Karel de Grote Hogeschool. I usually run out of time on doing this talk as I always take an additional 30 minutes to convince the students that being a software developer is the best career […]
The day after I will present a full day training course on microservices in Rome, I will do a talk at CodeMotion Milano on the same subject. See more: milan2016.codemotionworld.com
Although I was invited to come and do a talk at GeeCon in Krakow, Poland earlier this year, I couldn’t make it – and as a consequence I’m no going to do a talk at GeeCon in Prague. My talk will be around microservices, Kanban and continuous delivery, and maybe some Java code examples too. See more at: http://2016.geecon.cz/
September 2016 – The video of my designing #microservices talk at #codemotion Amsterdam is on YouTube now.
Have done a few CodeMotion conferences before, this time I will deliver a talk titled Thirty Months of Microservices, discussing the experiences I’ve had over the last thirty months regarding microservices and continuous delivery. See more at: http://dublin2016.codemotionworld.com/ Note: unfortunately the conference has been delayed until Spring 2017.
In September 2016 I will do the closing keynote for SwanseaCon in Swansea, Wales. Although my talk will evaluate agile after twenty years, InfoQ interviewed me preceeding the conference on one of my other favorite topis, microservices. Here’s the answers to InfoQ’s questions. InfoQ: What are the biggest problems that organizations have with monolithic software products? Monolithical systems, written in […]
Utrecht, september 2016. This week I was interviewed by Ben Linders, for Infoq.com on the topic of microservices, based on the fact that I will do the owing keynote at SwanseaCon in Swansea next week. Read the full interview here.
During the summer event of the Build Stuff conference, organized in a awesome beach club in Odessa, Ukraine, I did my talk on microservices – although I started of with a short introduction on functional programming in Java, as a reply to Michael Feathers talk just before mine.
Great event hosted by Praegus at Nijenrode University in Breukelen. Was honored to do a talk on agile, or rather on beyond Scrum. Was also a member of the discussion panel at the end of the event. See more: Become the leading example